Impress Your Guests With A Unique Carpet/Area Rug

Carpets and rugs are important accessories and accent pieces for any home’s interior décor. They are often used to add color to a room and they can also be focal points in certain cases. We have selected five models that will surely impress all your guests and that will give character to your home.

Wooden rug.

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This one is called “Legno Legno” and it was designed by Ruckstuhl as part of a wooden rug collection. It’s a wooden carpet/rug and it can be used in any interior, even on top of wooden floors. The carpet comes in five different styles and it’s an unusual alternative for traditional rugs.

Moss carpet.

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If you prefer something green then maybe you should take a look at this amazing rug. It’s called “Terramac” and it’s an eco-friendly 3D knitted piece that serves as a receptacle for the planter’s roots. It’s made from plant-derived polylactic acid fiber. The planter is populated with an assortment f mosses and the result is an organic carpet.

Colourful Contemporary Rugs.

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For those that want to add color to their contemporary homes we have a special series of designs. These rugs all feature a wide range of geometric shapes and vibrant colors and they were designed by Sonya Winner. The rugs will make any room look dynamic and cheerful.

Land.

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Here’s another interesting rug collection. This one was created by Austrian designer Florian Pucher and the models were inspired by the aerial views of farm landscapes from all over the world. This makes each piece resemble a miniature version of the landscape the designer had in mind when creating it.

Contemporary collection.

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This collection of area rugs was designed by John Deere and it’s quite interesting as well. The rugs would look nice in a modern or contemporary space. They have circular shapes and they imitate trampled turf or mud. They are made using New Zeeland wool and their designs were inspired by the Scandinavian rural landscape.